Earlier this week Fallout 3 voice actor Erik Todd Dellums – whose smooth vocal tones brought to life everyone’s favorite post-apocalyptic Washington D.C. disc jockey, Three Dog – hinted to his fans that a Fallout 4 announcement could be coming soon.
Dellums delivered the radioactive tease to his Twitter followers with the following statements:
“To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed… How was that for a tease! I was given permission to release that tease, so fingers crossed.”
While a Fallout 4 announcement would seem to be the obvious conclusion from the tease, it should also be noted that Dellums later posted a retweet from a fan who stated that this could mean a return of Three Dog for either a sequel to the game or that he is in a Fallout movie.
Supporting the notion of a sequel to Fallout 3 – which is clearly the option that the WGTC gaming writers are pulling for – are rumors from August 2012 claiming that developers from Bethesda were physically scouting Boston as a possible location for Fallout 4.
For the last several weeks I had actually been kicking around the idea of revisiting the wastelands of Fallout 3, which is something I have not done since my first 300 plus hour visit ended back in 2008. This news of a possible Fallout 4 announcement in the near future has really turned up the heat on that urge, so I’m fairly certain that I’m about to lose another 100 hours or so of my free time over the next few weeks/months.
We will keep an eye out for whatever announcement Bethesda is planning, and let you know as soon as the official word comes down the pipe. In the meantime, let us know in the comments what you are hoping to hear in the upcoming (presumed) Fallout 4 announcement.